Robotics Institute
School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University


OZONE Distributed Communication Library

Ora Lassila, Marcel Becker

March 1996


This report describes the distributed architecture and distributed programming primitives of the OZONE framework, a toolkit for building planning and scheduling applications. It also serves as a programmers' reference manual for those who want to build distributed system components either in the context of OZONE-based scheduling systems or in the context of some entirely new applications.

The class library documented in this report has two parts: The first part, implemented in CLOS, provides classes for such concepts as SERVER, CLIENT and COMMAND. The second part is a function library written in TCL, allowing clients - including user-interface clients - to be built using TCL.

37 pages

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